Curtis Eichelberger covers mergers and acquisitions for MLex in Washington DC. Curtis was the sports enterprise reporter at Bloomberg News for 16 years where he covered subjects including debt financing, employment contracts, government subsidies, taxes and health. Earlier, he worked for the Rocky Mountain News in Denver covering the Denver Broncos, the University of Colorado and the Denver Nuggets as a beat writer. Curtis earned his Master's degree from Georgetown University in 2009 and published "Men of Sunday" about the role religious faith plays in the NFL in 2012.
Selected Insights by Curtis
The small number of African American attorneys practicing antitrust, both in government and the private sector, hasn’t gone unnoticed.
M&A, US HSR filings expected to remain hot through first half of 2021; bankruptcies, volatility a concernMergers and US antitrust filings are expected to remain strong through the first half of 2021, fueled by acquisitions in the wake of the global pandemic.
US antitrust policy has remained largely consistent across administrations, but uncertainty looms with electionUS antitrust policy hasn’t seen major shifts in enforcement between presidential administrations in decades.
The call for a merger moratorium due to the novel coronavirus pandemic likely won’t become law.
T-Mobile’s plan to buy Sprint has spurred a serious investigation from state attorneys general who have been prepared from the start to litigate if needed, MLex has learned, posing a potential threat to the deal's closure.